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If you're looking to do some awesome riding early before the normal father's day activity's this TRAIL PITTSBURGH group ride is perfect for you. ProBike+Run will be giving away a few gift cards and after the ride is over there will be post-ride refreshments at Woods...
For those of you who have wanted to join our running club but did not necessarily want to train for a half or full marathon, now you can. Whether you are a new runner or an experienced veteran, we would love to have you join us. Who We Are Our membership is a diverse...
For the second year in a row, PRO BIKE+RUN, The Wheel Mill, and Birmingham Bridge Tavern have teamed up to support Bike MS, and we need your support!
Recently I had a runner who had suffered with what we thought was plantar faciitis, but instead, after months of time off, therapy from a PT, and seeing his orthopedic a couple of times he was diagnosed with Fat Pad Syndrome. Since I didn’t know much about this...
As many runners or walkers increase their mileage after a period of inactivity or starting a new program, injuries start to pop up, and Runner’s Knee is one of the most common. Here are some tips to keep those knees healthy.
Sever’s syndrome is a painful heel condition that affects growing adolescents between the ages of nine and fifteen, especially those who play running and jumping sports.
One of the most common causes of knee pain in young athletes, Osgood-Schlatter (say: “oz-good shlot-ter”) causes swelling, pain and tenderness just below the knee, over the shin bone and is most common in boys going through a growth spurt.
We have seen a number of injuries lately that are the result of running on roads with cambered or crowned surfaces. There is potential risk in repetitive, unbalanced stress caused by running on unlevel surfaces.
Where athletes are, so also is the dreaded Athlete’s Foot, a common infection of the foot caused by a microscopic fungus that lives on dead tissue of the hair, toenails, and outer skin layers.